Scandinavia is made up of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden with four different yet connected personalities. Cities throughout Scandinavia blend history and tradition with the modern age. Each country has its own distinct attractions that make Scandinavia a unique travel experience for visitors.
Home to the oldest royal family in the world, Denmark has an incredibly rich history. From its Viking past to its mid-century modern designers, a visit to Denmark presents a myriad of sightseeing options for all varieties of travellers to Scandinavia. Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark, cannot be missed. Equally worth a visit is Hamlet’s castle in Helsingborg and the northernmost tip of the country in Skagen. This is where the two parts of the North Sea meet, providing a particularly diverse view of Scandinavia and the Danish landscape.
Drawing strong influences from both its easterly neighbour, Russia, and from its western one, Sweden, Finland remains one of Europe’s most enigmatic countries. The Finnish landscape is flat and punctuated by huge forests and lakes, with the drama heightening as you head north. The capital, Helsinki, straddles several islands brightened by brilliant architecture and superb collections of late modern and contemporary artworks. The gradually rising fells and forests of Lapland are Finland’s most alluring terrain and are home to semi-nomadic reindeer herders.
With stunning vistas of snow-covered mountains and beautiful fjords, Norway is a scenic paradise. Outdoor enthusiasts will find no shortage of landscape to explore and activities to keep them busy. But, natural beauty is not all that Norway has to offer. From the capital city of Oslo to the remote Arctic wilderness of Svalbard, Norway’s vibrant cities and wondrous landscapes make Scandinavia’s “land of the midnight sun” one of the world’s most unique and beautiful destinations.
History and culture are only a part of Sweden’s amazing appeal. Cities here, from Stockholm to Malmo, blend traditional culture with modern sensibilities. However, similar to the rest of Scandinavia this lightly populated country is also home to islands, forests, towering mountains, crystal clear-waters and star-lit views. The landscape is rugged, yet serene. The people, known to be some of Scandinavia’s most earnest, are genuine and friendly.
With the amazing atmosphere, understated elegance and unique location on the last shot in Nyhavn, 71 Nyhavn Hotel is home in two old warehouses from the early 19th century. The hotel offers 130 rooms furnished with respect and humility for the history of...read more
Every year the Snow Hotel is carved out of snow and sleeps up to 70 guests. The Snow Hotel is one of the largest in the Nordic region. The walls and furniture surfaces of the unique rooms are decorated with ice art and illuminated artwork. The room...read more
Treehotel offers a unique hotel experience: contemporary treerooms amid untouched nature. Here you can forget about the time constraints of everyday life, enjoy the serenity and rejuvenate in a sophisticated yet familiar environment. Some of Scandinavia’s...read more
Hotel Continental is a charming, family-run, sophisticated luxury hotel in central Oslo and now in its fourth generation the hotel has recently been renovated. Hotel Continental Oslo's location is as central as it get's, directly across from the National...read more
A blend of Western and Eastern European culture combines with a superior level of luxury and service at the world-class Hotel Kämp. Since November 1887, the hotel has been an integral part of Finnish history, politics, art, and business life. Open the...read more
CEHOTEL is the world’s first and largest hotel built of snow and ice and it is situated in Jukkasjärvi, a small village in Northern Sweden with 1,100 residents and 1,000 dogs. Each winter, some 50,000 visitors from all over the world come to see ICEHOTEL...read more
Kakslauttanen is a family hotel in Finnish Lapland, 250km north of the Arctic Circle. It is located right on the edge of the wilderness, a mere stone's throw from the Urho Kekkonen National Park, the largest of Finland's national parks. This secluded log...read more
A little islet, a sea of experiences. Boasting Oslo's great location at Tjuvholmen, near the Astrup Fearnley Museum, The Thief steals its guests away from the daily grind. A distinctive, bold and timelessly elegant hotel, and the first hotel in Oslo with...read more